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Sempertrans to offer product range to Australian market

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Sempertrans has announced an exclusive distribution agreement with Australia’s ConvaTech. The exclusive sales and distribution agreement for Sempertrans conveyor belts for the Australian market has been signed in Newcastle, Australia. Thomas Fahnemann, Semperit’s CEO and Peter Slattery, ConvaTech’s Chairman expressed excitement about their new business partnership, combining Sempertrans’ first tier conveyor belt technology and extensive product portfolio with ConvaTech’s premium service offering to Australian mining and industrial sites.

Through the partnership, ConvaTech is able to complement its existing range of products with Sempertrans’ heavy duty textile and steel cord conveyor belts. Recently, Sempertrans has continuously extended its global market footprint by winning new customers.

Boris Illetschko, Sempertrans General Manager, is thrilled the company is now able to offer in Australia its conveyor belt products through such a capable and reputable partner like ConvaTech. He adds that Sempertrans’ reputation in conveyor belt design and materials research and development, leads the global market with the highest quality conveyor belt products, standards and customer service.

The product range available to the Australian market will include the complete package of steel cord, textile and solid woven heavy-duty belt constructions for surface and underground, fire resistant and anti-static FRAS applications, across all market sectors. This package will be price competitive and a high quality alternative for customers in the Australian market.

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